With summers arriving fast, your wardrobe is something which would want a major change, isn’t it. And summers mean a lot of breezy fabrics and a lot of subtle pastel shades (not that you can’t use the darker shades though). But prints is something which makes the summers look truly happening. They add a character and happy mood to your summer wardrobe. And when it comes to matching prints with your kurta sets, using a printed dupatta makes your traditional set irresistible. Here is how to match printed dupatta’s with kurta sets.
A-line– A plain A-line kurta in fluid fabrics like Georgette, chiffon or silk would be perfect to wear with a printed dupatta. A subtle tone on tone embroidery on the neckline and sleeves will make the set more interesting.
Floor length dress– If you are aiming on a party wear set then going for a floor length yoke dress will be great. Simply throw an embroidered printed dupatta with the dress to complete the set.
Anarkali set– You can also go for traditional silhouette of an Anarkali kurta and match it up with a palazzo. A palazzo and an Anarkali kurta will be a good combination to go with a printed dupatta.
Spaghetti style– To give a contemporary touch to the traditional kurta go in for a spaghetti sleeves kurta and match it up with pants.